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clouds will increase from the west. the wind is pretty calm at 5 to 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we're headed for a high in the upper 40s.
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wind is pretty calm at 5 to 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we're headed for a high in the upper 40s. lukas clouds will increase wind is pretty calm hour. here's the we're headed for a high in the upper 40s. clouds will increase from the west. the wind is pretty calm at 5 to 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we're headed for a high in the upper 40s. dream for one siouxland teen. kevin farias recieved a scholarship for
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skies for the first time. abc9 news reporter elisa raffa took to the skies and met him. intro: it was a gorgeous morning to be outside, and an even more perfect day to be up flying in the skies. but for 14 year old heelan student kevin farias, this was more than just a plane ride, this was the first step in fullfilling his dream. nat sound plane "how you feeling?" elisa raffa abc9 news "uh, pretty awesome" says kevin farias, 14 year old flight student. kevin farias is just 14 years old but he's known that he's wanted to be a pilot since he was 10. the local chapter of the experimental aircraft association has awarded kevin a scholarship for ground school and flight lessons to help him achieve that goal... a dream inspired by his dad. kevin's father was also a pilot for the navy, and after sharing the same passion with his son, the farias sent kevin to military school where he could learn aviation. "i am most certain that i am making him the proudest dad ever. my mom too, because she also wanted to put me in the military school so i can grow up to be like my dad" says kevin farias, 14 year old flight student. kevin has been working hard towards his dream for a few years now, taking classes on aviation, physics, and even some weather. he hopes to fly
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like his dad. "he had to memorize procedures, be prepared for any emergency, study the maneuvers... things like that" says kleber farias, kevin's father. "do you think he's ready" asks elisa raffa "yea, i think he's ready!" says kleber farias, kevin's father. even with all the preparation, you would think kevin's first day flying in the skies would be nerve-wracking right? wrong. "are you nervous?" asks elisa raffa "eh, just the cameras" says kevin farias, 14 year old flight student. "you're more nervous at the cameras than you are a plane?!" asks elisa raffa "yea, pretty much" says kevin farias, 14 year old flight student. kevin's dad says for him, the most nerve wracking day will be when he flies solo, but his instructor said for his first day he did a great job. "fantastic! he did everything i told him to. that's one thing about the younger people, they'll just do it whatever you tell them" says gene packed with people eager to spruce up their homes and make some spring improvements... allthanks to the
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along with drawing in a big crowd of potential consumers... the home show short on vendors. as they do every year... association of greater siouxland hosted the event profit to donate this year's proud projects for patriots program. " it is an be the recipient of this and it's kind of a natural fit that so many home builder members have been a organization, " says breezy struthers drake, pr for projects for patriots. we will update you on how much money was donated to the projects for patriots when we get the official number. lukas: boating in february seems like a stretch..... but with great weekend weather some folks in urbandale found a way to make it happen.... reporter austin page takes us poolside. ""announcer- "boaters start getting in your boats." competitors- "1,2,1,2,1,2" announcer cheering on racers "we just went with more volume and cardboard floats already so we just
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maybe make it so we can both row, it would be a little easier." "she made a design with crayons and paper and we stuck to the design pretty well and we really like rainbows so we put rainbow duct tape on there. i was thinking oh no it's over and that we needed to do a lot of work to catch up. put her back in the boat and i started pushing." announcer - " go, go, go, go, keep going, keep going!" announcer - "boys, can you get in your boat?" announcer - " oh, it's so close! shark rider!" " " lukas: still to come... having heart surgery can be competitors- "1,2,1,2,1,2" announcer cheering on racers "we just went with more volume and cardboard floats already so we just found some really strong carboard.
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but having one during a blizzard can be heart stopping. that's what one nebraska man faced. you'll meet him... after the break. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... lukas voss... and scott larson.... this is abc9 news this morning. "
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set to bring some snow to the region overnight and into tuesday morning. this will drop accumulations of 1 to 3 inches. then we can expect cooler temperatures tomorrow with highs in the 30s. but most of the week will be on the waer side in the 40s and by the weekend - 50s and 60s return! today's high is 47 with increasing clouds and wind speeds. tonight's low is 22 with a rain/snow mix. tomorrow's high is 31 with a few flakes early, then mostly cloudy skies. here's your extended forecast where beyond today, our precipitation chances are small and then much warmer temperatures return for the weekend.
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set to bring some snow to the region overnight and into tuesday morning. this will drop accumulations of 1 to 3 inches. then we can expect cooler temperatures tomorrow with highs in the 30s. but most of the week will be on the warmer side in the 40s and by the weekend - 50s and 60s return! today's high is 47 with increasing clouds and wind speeds. tonight's low is 22 with a rain/snow mix. tomorrow's high is 31 with a few flakes early, then mostly cloudy skies. here's your extended forecast where beyond today, our precipitation chances are small and then much warmer temperatures return for the weekend. lukas: scott: adlib set to bring some snow to the region overnight and into
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accumulations of 1 can expect cooler tomorrow with highs in the 30s. but most of the week will be on the warmer side in the 40s and by the weekend - 50s and 60s return! today's high is 47 with increasing clouds and wind speeds. tonight's low is 22 with a rain/snow mix. tomorrow's high is 31 with a few flakes early, then mostly cloudy skies. here's your extended forecast where beyond today, our precipitation chances are small and then much lukas: the road to recovery leads home... for an nebraska man who risked his life in the mimit of a violent storm. doctors had to perform a heart transplant... during a blizzard ... take a look " dan griffin just had a birthday. the day they gave me the new heart. my second birthday. a dozen years after a heart attack... doctors say dan griffin was facing end stage heart failure.
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blood. got it just in time. i was just about done. and while that tended his life...his pulse was replaced by the nstant hum of a motor. requiring batteries everywhere he went. he opted to go on the waiting list for a transplant... knowing there could be complications. they told us from day one, there's risk in any kind of surgery, something could happen. but we had to take that risk. they never imaginene that risk would include settininout in a ferocious storm... a blizzard that drifted their road... and every road in central nebraska... closed. dan owes his life to path and the state them on the interstate. but the greatest gift came from the family unknown to him... donating their loved ones heart. you have to be in a person's shoes to understand it completely, but owe a great deal of thanks to the being able to do that surgery seemed to heart stopped... intervene, and from his body, put
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we had finished everything, and were preparing to take him back to icu despite that scare... doctors say the heart is now doing well. good enough for dan to move his recovery home to elba. he's got a second chance at life... with a new heartbeat. and i've got the receipt to prove it. chance at life... with a new heartbeat. and i've got the receipt to prove it. the so-called "oprah effect" for weight watchers sales. in the latest t-v company, media mogul oprah lost 26 popods. weight watchers plunged almost after the company reported a surprise 11-
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and winfrey saw the value of her stake in weight watchers drop by more than 27- million dollars. the weight managment company brought her on as its public face in october. shshes surged after winfrey announced she was taking a 10- percent stake in the company, joining its board, and becoming a member. and winfrey is still sitting on about a 30- million-dollar profit since october. lukas: " " still to come... the new ball boys at a tennis toururment in brazililtole the attention fromom the players this weekend. and they aren't really your typical ball handlers ... up ahead. " " lukas: and... a unicorn... that's right... a unicorn... was recently spotted in california. i'll explain more about this unique story...
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dog new tricks. four shelter dogs rescued from slums and abandoned lots around sao paulo were trained as "ball dogs" for the brazil open tournament. their job? to retrieve balls that went out of bounds at an exhibition match-- take a look. (music playing ove video) the dogs did not like the "giving
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as the "getting the ball" part. a local shelter hopes to raise awareness with its "ball-dog" initiative. in case you were wondering,g,he four dogs wewe frida, mel, , isabelle and costela lukas: residents of one lifornia community couldn't believe their eyes what they saw roaming around last week. a unicorn! well not quite... it was actually one little girls pony... but it was a sight they will never forget. reporter patrick nelson has the story " this is juliette-- s looks more like something you'd find in a fairytale-- than on a farm. she belongs to five year old tatum boos (bose). ( tatum boos/daugher of sandra boos) "i love my pony. the hoho on
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come true-- she life unicorn that for pictures. but wednesday she had other ideas. of sandra boos) then she pulled it out of the guys hand away." avenue 12 in madera ranchos called 9-1-1 with an unlikely ory-- ( mcconnell/californi "the calls were unicorn running around out there on the roadway." unicorns are mythical creatures-- people don't see them-- juliette lived up to the legend. leading the califonia highway patrol and area residents on a chase that lasted more than three hours. ( sandra boos/juliette's owner) "she was running a muck in a couple of orchards with some white blms so she kind of blended in with the scenery as well and she's not real tall so she turned out to be stealthier than we imagined." a bizarre scene-- and heartbreaking for juliette's best friend. (tatum boos/daugher of sandra boos) "i was afraid and then we had to catch her in the dark." with the c-h-p helicopter shining its spotlight-- renee pardy rode in on her horse,e,hady. they arereld friends of juliette's. ( renee pardy/recaptured juliette) "they had met before and i kind of just walked off with my horse and she followed and luckily we had another ranchos resident to help get us on the
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her into a closed spot." (sandra boos/juliette's owner) "the call came out "the unicorn was in custody" and i think as tense as the situation was i think it was the comedic relief that was needed at the time and i laughed and i cried and i thanked god.' $& with nobody hurt it's a fairytale ending for this pony-- but according to tatum she has some explaining to do. (tatum boos/daugher of sandra boos) "she gotted a time out because she was being a bad pony." lukas: scott: lukas and scott are chatting about juliette the unicorn.
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juliette the unicorn. chatting about juliette the unicorn. lukas and scott are chatting about juliette the unicorn. lukas and scott are chatting about juliette the unicorn. clouds will increase from the west. the wind is pretty calm at 5 to 15 miles per hour. here's the we're headed for a high in the upper 40s. scott: here's a quick clouds will increase from the west. the wind is pretty calm at 5 to 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we're headed for a high in the upper 40s. scott: here's a quick check outside on one of our iowa d-o-t traffic cam's
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clouds will increase from the west. the wind is pretty calm at 5 to 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we're headed for a high in the upupr 40s. scott: here's a quick one of our iowa here at . waking up and apple fans will have to remark their calendars. the tech giant is changing the date for its next big product event. reena ninan and kendis gibson explain. lukas: in today's "techbytes" -- a change to apple' next big event. >> reports indicate the company will unveil new products on march1st, a week later than
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the apple watch are some of the things that will likely be unveiled. you canow get samsung's latest phones in real gold. >> a uk company selling them inn 24 karat gold. the price tag, 2800 bucks. and twitter history. the win for best actor generated minute. that beats ellen'selfie with 255,000 tweets per minu. all right.
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special day thatonly comes around once every four days. i'm talking about leap day. and to celebrate... howard has a very cheesy recipe... that you won't want to wait
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today's february 29th, which means we're in a leap year. and for ththe of you celebrating a bihday today, hay birthday, you're in good company with notables like the late dina shore and actor antonio sabato jr., as well as about 4 million other folks who only get to celebrate their actual birthday once every four years. rather than showing you how to make a 4- layer cake to celebrate this day, we decided to whip up a batch of r doubly-good cheese pancakes which are special enough for any birthday breakfast . or dinner. to make them, we start by beating some cream cheese and cottage cheese together until they're well combined. now to that, we add a good amount of eggs. once they're combined, we mix in some bread crumbs, melted butter, a bit of salt and a little sugar. after this sits for about 10 minutes (so the bread crumbs can absorb some of the liquid) we spoon the batter onto a hot buttered griddle. but unlike regular pancakes, these are just as good served as a sideish for dinner, as they y e for the perfect rise-n-shine
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get the recipe for our, "double cheese pancakes," so you can be armed with a recipe that'll have you leaping for joy. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen, where today we found a "special day kind of way" for you to say . "ooh it's so good!!" " lukas: if you would like a copy of that recipe you can send us a self addressed stamped envelope here to a-b-c 9 recipe you can send us a self addressed stamped envelope here to a-b-c 9 news. our address is 625 douglas street. the zip...51101. be sure to write "double cheese stuffed pancakes" on your request. or you can visit our website...siouxlan d matters dot com. and click on the mr. food logo.... lukas: " coming up.... mad max cleaned up... leo finally took home the big one... and we saw a lot of gold ... i'll bring you all the highlights from last night's
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scott: " "
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the 30s as we start things off today. clouds will increase from the west. the wind is pretty calm at 5 to 15 miles per hour. let's get a a check of condititis outside on the port t neal welding company skycam hd and the storm lake skycam hd. the stormcast hd highlights a system set to bring some snow to the region overnight and into tuesday morning. this will drop accumulations of 1 to 3 inches. then we can expect cooler temperatures tomorrow with highs in the 30s. but most of the weekwill be on the warmer side in the 40s and by the weekend - 50s and 60s return! today's high is 47 with increasing clouds and wind speeds. tonight's low is 22 with a rain/snow mix. tomorrow's high is 31 with a few flakes early, then mostly cloudy skies. here's your extended forecast where beyond today, our precipitation chances are small and then much h warmer temperatures return for the weekend. lukas scott: the 30s as we start things off today. clouds will increase from the west. the wind is pretty calm at 5 to 15 miles per hour. let's get a check ofofonditions outside on theheort neal welding company skycam hd
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skycam hd. the stormcast hd highlights a system set to bring some snow to the region overnight and into tuesday morning. this will drop accumulations of 1 to 3 inches. then we can expect cooler temperatures tomorrow with highs in the 30s. but most of the week will be on the warmer side in the 40s and by the weekend - 50s and 60s return! today's high is 47 with increasing clouds and wind speeds. tonight's low is 22 with a rain/snow mix. tomorrow's high is 31 with a few flakes early, then mostly cloudy skies. here's your extended forecast where beyond tay, our precipitation and then much warmer temperatures weekend. scott: clouds will increase wind is pretty calm at 5 to 15 miles per check of conditions outside on the port neal welding company skycam hd and the storm lake skycam hd. the stormcast hd
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set to bring some snow to the region overnight and into this will drop to 3 inches. then we can expect cooler temperatures tomorrow with highs in the 30s. but most of the week will be on the warmer side in the 40s and by the weekenen- 50s and 60s return! today's high is 47 with increasing clouds and wind speeds. tonighs low is 22 with a rain/snow mix. tomorrow's high is 31 with a few flakes early, then mostly cloudy skies. here's your extended forecast where beyond today, our precipitation chances are small and then much warmer temperatures return for the weekend. lukas scott: the 30s as we start things off today. clclds will increase from the west.he wind is pretty calm at 5 to 15 miles per hour. let's get a check of conditions well it had to happen eventually.
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after getting snubbed nearly half a dozen times finally took home his oscar. plus a big surprise ininhe best supporting actor category.here are jenna rehnstrom and the sioux city journal's bruce miller. "jenna rehnstrom and bruce miller are recapping hollywood's big night." jenna rehnstrom and bruce miller are recapping hollywood's big night." jenna rehnstrom and bruce miller are recapping hollywood's big night."
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night. "jenna rehnstrom and bruce miller are recapping hollywood's big night. "jenna rehnstrom and bruce miller are recapping hollywood's big night." lukas: and for further hollywood's big night." jenna rehnstrom and bruce miller are recapping hollywood's big night." jenna rehnstrom and bruce miller are recapping hollywood's big night." jenna rehnstrom and bruce miller are recapping hollywood's big night." jenna rehnstrom and
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abc's laurenlyster brings us a a complete recap. "mad max fury road collected the most hold and it was the first oscar for leonardo dicaprio all on a night where taking center stage along with the folks winning awards, was the broader controversy over a lack of diversity in hollywood... ats: "spotlight" a thoughtful film about t newspaper --inveveigating sex ababe by boston's catholic priests--took oscar's top prize last night--winning best picture. chris rock: if they nominated hosts--i wouldn't even get this job. but it was oscar host--chris owned the night--addressing the academy's controversy--right nats: film parody: i'm the danish girl. placing black actors in parodies of several nominated films... nats: film parody: you should get me. don't worry black astonaut. we will. even calling hollywood "racist." chris rock hollywood is sorority racist. it's like we like you rhonda. but you're not a kappa.a. after five actinin nominations--leonar do dicaprio's losing streak--finally ended. his gritty performance as a wounded frontiersman seeking retribution--winning him gold for "the revenant"--his impassioned acceptance speech--a dire
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climate change is real. it is happening right now. it is the facing our entire best actressssas room bree larson. the thing that i love about movie making is how many people it takes to make it. the biggest upset of the evening--the "bridge of spies" mark ryance--in a category chock full of hollywood heavy and "the danish girl's" alicia vikander took home best supporting actress. but the most awarded film of the night--not thehe sensitive, serious films that domated the awards--but instead--mad max fury road--with a six win oscar haul. lauren lyster ta and as the oscar scene winds down behind me -- what moment stuck with viewers? well, on social media leonardo dicaprio's best actor win generated more than 440-thousand tweets per minute - that was the most tweeted moment of an oscar telecast ever -- beating the previous record set when ellen deneneres tweeted that star-studded selfie when she was host. lauren lyster, abc news, hollywood. " lukas:coming up in sports...adam woodbury and mike gesell (guh- zell) play their final game in
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tomorrow night. we'll check in with the sioux crew when we come back. scott: lukas: you justaw all of the stars
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red carpet for the oscars ... a lot of them actively training for the big night to look stunning in their dresses or ... tux... and often times part of that training is yoga ... a century old practice that has entered mainstream workout routines around the world ... and here to talk with me about it ... and show me some tricks is connie reynolds of sioux city's yoga college .... lukas: after four years, red carpet for
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routine lukas and connie are doing a a ga routine lukas and connie are doing a yoga routine lukas and connie are doing a yoga routine lukas and connie are doing a yoga routine and mike gesell (guh-zell) are beginning to come to a close. abc9 sports director chris palmquist will sit down with the sioux crew tomorrow, but today, he has a
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interviews. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody, i hope you all enjoyed the oscars last night. for four years now, east's adam woodbury and south sioux's mike gesell have been main stays for coach fran mccaffery in iowa city. tuesday night will be the last time they take the court at carver hawkeye arena. senior night agagnst indiana isn't just an important game for the hawkeyes in the big ten, it will also celebrate a class that turned the program around. before mccaffery arrived in iowa city, the hawkeyes had just suffered through their worst three year stret in program history. now woodbury and gesell are part of the third winningest class in hawkeye history and i had a chance to talk with them about their careers. mike gesell--"this is what i dreamed about as a kid, being
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up to play in the big ten, to be able to play in some of the biggest arenas, some of the most hostile environments, yove gotta love things like that." adam woodbury--"it's really been surreal. i mean i couldn't really ask for a better experience that i've had. every little bump in the road h h helped me grow as a person. i'm just grateful for my opportunity to play here at iowa and for my opportunity to play at east. i was put in two very good programs that have really helped me grow as a person. fran mccaffery--"they've been incredibly productive and we've won a lot of games. you know, you look at the numbers before they got here, what the numbers are now in terms of wins. those two guys are right there in the middle of all of it." chris palmquist--"be sure to tune in tuesday night to abc9 news at 10 for a look back at the sioux crew. the hawkeyesesn action yesterery at ohio state, looking to ap out of a funk. mike gesell, playing above the rim...he gets out in front of the pack and slams it down to snap a 22 all tie late in the first. just a minute later--i wanna be like mike...the cross over gives him a free path
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one-handed rim rattler...ohio state led it by 5 at the break though. into the second...dom uhl, open on the wing...he knocks down the three pointer to give iowa a six point lead, but t ey couldn't hold it. kam williams...this jumper puts the buckeyes on top and they wouldn't give it up from there...iowa loses yet again, 68-64. i'll have highlights from the state basketball tournament coming up later today, hope clouds will increase from the west. the wind is pretty calm at 5 to 15 miles per hour. here's the yplanner where 're headed for a high in the upper 40s. still ahead in our show.... the des moines clouds will increase from the west. the wind is pretty calm at 5 to 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we're headed for a high in the upper 40s. clouds will increase from the west. the wind is pretty calm at 5 to 15 miles per hour. here's thedayplanner where we're headed for a high in the upper 40s.
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clouds will increase from the west. the wind is pretty calm at 5 to 15 miles per hour. here's the dayplanner where we're headed for a police department has teamed up with a local artist for a song hoping to spread an important message.
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raise awareness s and suppororfor law enforcement. spouses behind the shield is a group of supporters for taw enforcement right here in siouxland ... while their focus remains localized at the moment, they aim to grow across the country and it's not just about raising funds but also coming together. the group currently has upwards of fifty members and anyone is welcome to join. if you'd like to learn more about spouses behind the shield or would like to donate to their cause you can visit their page on facebook... or head to our website... at siouxlandmatters dot com for more. lukas: a des moines recording artist...
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des moines police department are getting creative to stop violence. reporter jacob peklo has more on how a man once left for dead on the streets of chicago is working to make a difference in the metro. "natural sound of singing: "let your glory reign." music comes easily to will keeps these days. natural sound of singing: "i'm nothing without you." when he was just 15 years old, his life nearly ended... after a picnic. will keeps, artiti: "stabbed in the chest, gun pointed to my head, was jammed, got hit in the head with an aluminum bat. they left me for dead man, they left me to bleed to death." but after his first daughter was born, he realized he needed to change his lilistyle... and found music was a way to relate to others with the same struggles. will keeps, des moines artist: "i'm trying to hit every angle. i sing the gospel, i sing the inspiring song, and i will get street with you." natural sound from music video: "be just fine." his latest work, "
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th local schools and the des moines police department, as a way to promote unity. will keeps, des moines artist: "i'm ready to start saying these names of all the bad cops, the bad blacks, the bad whites, the bad whoever. i'm done with people saying everybody." natural sound from video: "show that you're good." keeps' "wake up iowa" video caught the attention of the police chief dana wingert. dana wingert, police chief: "this seemed like an interesting way to further that outreach, and will's heart is in the right place and obviously, he's very very talented." keeps says he met wingert about five years ago, when their daughters played sports together. and after a five minute acting crash course, wingert was ready to help his old friend. dana wingert, police chief: "it's sad, it's tragic, it's pointless, and it has lasting impact on communities and families and that's kind of the message in the video."and as he looks back on who he was, keeps wants his story to show others it can get better. will keeps, artist: "you can come up out of anything. if i can do it, you could do it." lukas: keeps' goal is for the story to gain traction across
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and eventually across the country. look for his "we 47 with increasing clouds and wind speeds. tonight's low is 22 with a rain/snow mix. tomorrow's high is 31 with a few flakes early, then mostly cloudy skies. here's your extended forecast where beyond today, our precipitation chances are small and then much warmer temperatures return for the weekend.today's high is 47 with increasing clouds and wind speeds. tonight's low is 22 with a rain/snow mix. tomorrow's high is 31 with a few flakes early, then mostly cloudy skies. here's
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beyond today, our precipitation chances are small and then much warmer temperatures return for the ween rain/snow mix. tomorrow's high is 31 with a few flakes early, then mostly cloudy skies. here's your extended forecast where beyond today, our precipitation chances are small and then much warmer temperatures return for the weekend.today's high isis7 with increasing clouds and wind speeds. tonight's low is 22 with a rain/snow mix. tomorrow's high is 31 with a few flakes early, then mostly cloudy skies. here's your extended forecast where beyond today, our precipitation chances are small and then much
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